Tuesday, October 14, 2014

The 2014 San Diego National Philanthropy Day Awards honor San Diego people and companies that make San Diego a better place. | UTSanDiego.com

The 2014 San Diego National Philanthropy Day Awards honor San Diego people and companies that make San Diego a better place. | UTSanDiego.com: "When Daisy Aguilar and Rosa Olascoaga are honored as Outstanding Youth Volunteers at the San Diego National Philanthropy Day Awards on Oct. 28, the two college freshmen will be sharing the stage with such local luminaries as Ernest and Evelyn Rady and Lori M. Walton. They will be sharing the credit with the people who handed them the philanthropy torch and taught them how to run with it."



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Monday, October 06, 2014

Plymouth six-year-old leads call to fundraise for new Derriford Hospital charity | Plymouth Herald

Plymouth six-year-old leads call to fundraise for new Derriford Hospital charity | Plymouth Herald: "A SIX-YEAR-OLD fundraiser is leading the call to join a charity walk to help patients at Derriford Hospital.

Little Mackenzie Beer will do the ‘Walk for Wards’ on Sunday – taking part in the first official fundraiser of a brand new charity."



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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Mozilla: Just 5 percent of computer science kids go into nonprofits. We’re going to change that. - The Washington Post

Mozilla: Just 5 percent of computer science kids go into nonprofits. We’re going to change that. - The Washington Post: "Public interest groups say there aren't nearly enough tech geeks working for nonprofits and in government. New research from Mozilla and its partner, the Ford Foundation, finds that barely 10 percent of computer science students wind up working in those sectors. The vast majority — 70 percent — go to big, wealthy tech companies. While that's great for Google and Facebook, Mozilla believes building good public policy around technology means attracting more technologists directly to public service.

So the maker of the popular Firefox browser is kicking off a fellowship program designed to put young engineers in a position to affect how tech policy, "



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Monday, September 29, 2014

Dutch schools opt out of charity drive for anti-Israel groups | The Times of Israel

Dutch schools opt out of charity drive for anti-Israel groups | The Times of Israel: "Dutch schools opt out of charity drive for anti-Israel groupsSix schools in Urk, outside Amsterdam, boycott Kinderpostzegels Association’s fundraiser"



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Local product making impact at United Way | News-JournalOnline.com

Local product making impact at United Way | News-JournalOnline.com: "A communications and public relations major, she interned at the charitable organization, which works with 32 partner agencies.

She started as a resource development manager about a year ago and was quickly promoted to assistant director."



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Friday, September 26, 2014

Young folk launch '50 for 50' charity fund-raising, AsiaOne Singapore News

Young folk launch '50 for 50' charity fund-raising, AsiaOne Singapore News: "A group of 50 individuals aged 18 to 34 has set out to debunk the stereotype of apathetic youth with its very own charity drive.

Over the next three months, the group, which calls itself The Social Co, wi"



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The Courier - Your Messenger for the River Valley - Local nonprofits connect with ATU students

The Courier - Your Messenger for the River Valley - Local nonprofits connect with ATU students: "More than 325 Arkansas Tech University students learned about volunteer opportunities in the Arkansas River Valley during a community service fair sponsored by the ATU Student Activities Board on Tuesday, Sept. 23."



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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Sooke Youth Leadership class are finalists - Sooke News Mirror

Sooke Youth Leadership class are finalists - Sooke News Mirror: "outh in Philanthropy Award (Ages 11 – 18), presented by TELUS:

Edward Milne Community School’s Leadership class

The Leadership class from Edward Milne Community School contributes significantly to local and global initiatives. Their annual Cops For Cancer fundraising campaign raised over $7,500 in one week and they inaugurated a one-day Spin-A-Thon, which raised $5,000."



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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Youth in Philanthropy - J-Wire » J-Wire

Youth in Philanthropy - J-Wire » J-Wire

Melbourne’s Mount Scopus College students have learnt about community needs and making decisions about granting money when there are competing priorities, when they took part in the Youth in Philanthropy program of the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Starting Young: Engage Kids in Your Nonprofit - Third Sector Today


Starting Young: Engage Kids in Your Nonprofit - Third Sector Today

A few days ago, I saw an adorable story on The Today Show about a well-spoken seven-year-old girl. She was chosen as the winner of the 2014 Sprout “Kindest Kid Awards” and named the Chief Kindness Officer. The “Kindest Kid Award” is in its second year and aims to spotlight young children who are very focused on doing good.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Kingsley School help disaster relief charity ShelterBox | Leamington Observer



DISASTER relief tents and other vital supplies for refugees or
displaced families have been provided by pupils at Leamington's Kingsley
School.They have raised enough money to buy two boxes of aid which the
charity ShelterBox delivers to people who have been forced to leave
their homes and belongings to flee war zones and disaster areas around
the world.

9-year-old biking for charity across U.S. stops in Mesa

9-year-old biking for charity across U.S. stops in Mesa

CJ is 9 years old and on a cross-country bike ride to raise money for
families of children with cancer. He stopped in Mesa on Thursday, where
the family planned to spend the night, before CJ pedals his way to
Apache Junction. He is traveling the Southern Tier Adventure
Cycling route, a more than 3,000 mile trip from California to Florida.
He and his family began their journey in Oceanside, California, on Sept.
1.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Thieves Steal 100 Onions That 5th Graders Grew For Charity

Thieves Steal 100 Onions That 5th Graders Grew For Charity

It was supposed to be a lesson in growing your own food, healthy
eating and helping the less fortunate. Instead, a group of Maine
fifth-graders got a lesson in the harsh realities of life.When students at the Albert S. Hall School in Waterville went out last week to ha

Marine City students want to market nonprofits

Marine City students want to market nonprofits 

Students at Marine City High School are looking for nonprofit organizations to help.  The
students in the school's Business Essentials II class want to help the
organizations market themselves by developing a website and/or creating
brochures, signs and/or fliers.

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Social services finding favour among young grads, AsiaOne Singapore News

Charities, too, have been seeing an influx of younger employees.
At the Singapore Red Cross (SRC), for instance, one in three of its workers is below 30, compared to one in five in 2009.
And at the NKF, the share of its Generation Y workers - those born in or after 1977 - has risen from 44 per cent in 2009 to 63 per cent now. They make up the bulk of its workforce.
Charities, too, have been seeing an influx of younger employees.

At the Singapore Red Cross (SRC), for instance, one in three of its workers is below 30, compared to one in five in 2009.

And at the NKF, the share of its Generation Y workers - those born in
or after 1977 - has risen from 44 per cent in 2009 to 63 per cent now.
They make up the bulk of its workforce.

- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/social-services-finding-favour-among-young-grads#sthash.aRh3M35W.dpuf


Charities, too, have been seeing an influx of younger employees.

At the Singapore Red Cross (SRC), for instance, one in three of its workers is below 30, compared to one in five in 2009.

And at the NKF, the share of its Generation Y workers - those born in
or after 1977 - has risen from 44 per cent in 2009 to 63 per cent now.
They make up the bulk of its workforce.

- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/social-services-finding-favour-among-young-grads#sthash.aRh3M35W.dpuf

Charities, too, have been seeing an influx of younger employees.

At the Singapore Red Cross (SRC), for instance, one in three of its workers is below 30, compared to one in five in 2009.

And at the NKF, the share of its Generation Y workers - those born in
or after 1977 - has risen from 44 per cent in 2009 to 63 per cent now.
They make up the bulk of its workforce.

- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/social-services-finding-favour-among-young-grads#sthash.aRh3M35W.dpuf

Charities, too, have been seeing an influx of younger employees.

At the Singapore Red Cross (SRC), for instance, one in three of its workers is below 30, compared to one in five in 2009.

And at the NKF, the share of its Generation Y workers - those born in
or after 1977 - has risen from 44 per cent in 2009 to 63 per cent now.
They make up the bulk of its workforce.

- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/social-services-finding-favour-among-young-grads#sthash.aRh3M35W.dpuf

Charities, too, have been seeing an influx of younger employees.

At the Singapore Red Cross (SRC), for instance, one in three of its workers is below 30, compared to one in five in 2009.

And at the NKF, the share of its Generation Y workers - those born in
or after 1977 - has risen from 44 per cent in 2009 to 63 per cent now.
They make up the bulk of its workforce.

- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/social-services-finding-favour-among-young-grads#sthash.aRh3M35W.dpuf

Charities, too, have been seeing an influx of younger employees.

At the Singapore Red Cross (SRC), for instance, one in three of its workers is below 30, compared to one in five in 2009.

And at the NKF, the share of its Generation Y workers - those born in
or after 1977 - has risen from 44 per cent in 2009 to 63 per cent now.
They make up the bulk of its workforce.

- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/social-services-finding-favour-among-young-grads#sthash.aRh3M35W.dpuf

Charities, too, have been seeing an influx of younger employees.

At the Singapore Red Cross (SRC), for instance, one in three of its workers is below 30, compared to one in five in 2009.

And at the NKF, the share of its Generation Y workers - those born in
or after 1977 - has risen from 44 per cent in 2009 to 63 per cent now.
They make up the bulk of its workforce.

- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/social-services-finding-favour-among-young-grads#sthash.aRh3M35W.dpuf

Charities, too, have been seeing an influx of younger employees.

At the Singapore Red Cross (SRC), for instance, one in three of its workers is below 30, compared to one in five in 2009.

And at the NKF, the share of its Generation Y workers - those born in
or after 1977 - has risen from 44 per cent in 2009 to 63 per cent now.
They make up the bulk of its workforce.

- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/social-services-finding-favour-among-young-grads#sthash.aRh3M35W.dpuf

Charities, too, have been seeing an influx of younger employees.

At the Singapore Red Cross (SRC), for instance, one in three of its workers is below 30, compared to one in five in 2009.

And at the NKF, the share of its Generation Y workers - those born in
or after 1977 - has risen from 44 per cent in 2009 to 63 per cent now.
They make up the bulk of its workforce.

- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/social-services-finding-favour-among-young-grads#sthash.aRh3M35W.dpuf

Friday, September 05, 2014

Next Generation Philanthropy: A Conversation With Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen | Bobbi Silten



Next Generation Philanthropy: A Conversation With Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen | Bobbi Silten










Q: For the past 14 years, you have taught a strategic
philanthropy class at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Why did you
start this course?


A: The reason I initially embarked on a
teaching career and still continue to teach today is to provide the
resources, networks and materials to prepare students for careers as
philanthropists, change makers and social entrepreneurs. Through a lens
of consumer empathy, I have created and am constantly refining and
evolving the courses for Stanford undergraduate and graduate students
that I wish I could have taken to prepare me for my career.








Thursday, September 04, 2014

Palmetto, Manatee High students participate in massive ice bucket challenge for ALS awareness | Education | Bradenton Herald

Palmetto, Manatee High students participate in massive ice bucket challenge for ALS awareness | Education | Bradenton Herald

Palmetto and Manatee high school swim and dive team members stood
before colored buckets and coolers, just waiting for the icy feeling.  The challenge was Evelyn Magann's idea.



Read more here: http://www.bradenton.com/2014/09/03/5335992_palmetto-manatee-high-students.html?rh=1#storylink=cpy

New Partnership to Increase Student Philanthropy, Community Involvement

Press Release



New Partnership to Increase Student Philanthropy, Community Involvement


This partnership has the potential to be so influential because we know that the earlier youth get involved in philanthropy, the morelikely they are stay involved throughout their lifetimes," said Andrew Watt, FInstF, President and CEO of AFP. "We are excited to be working with the Jefferson Awards Foundation,
which has such an illustrious program, and reaching so many young people interested in making a difference." Beginning with the 2014-2015 school year, volunteers from AFP chapters in the 12 SIA regions will present a beginning philanthropy and fundraising module, as well as a more advanced module at the mid-winter SIA LeadershipConference

Friday, August 29, 2014

Organizations contribute in Tharu youths' relief collection drive for rain disaster victims

Organizations contribute in Tharu youths' relief collection drive for rain disaster victims: he organization has provided Rs 5000 in cash as well as biscuits, noodles, water purifying medicine, clothes and other utensils.

Similarly, Social Welfare Club of Kathmandu Collage of Management also donated the goods worth Rs 11500 to be given for the flood and landslide victims.

Likewise, the youth campaigners also received Rs 24500 from the office bearers of Tharu Engineers Association. Bidhya Nanda Chaudhari, chairman at the Association and member Umesh Chaudhari handed over the cash and kinds to the campaigners.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Gap years: Voluntourism – who are you helping? - Telegraph

Gap years: Voluntourism – who are you helping? - Telegraph: Gap years: Voluntourism – who are you helping?
If you’re looking for opportunities abroad, check your skills match and you will be helping, rather than hindering, says Rose Dykins

Thursday, August 14, 2014

NEW YORK: Nexus Global Youth Summit — Millennials Transform Philanthropy | Business Wire | Rock Hill Herald Online

NEW YORK: Nexus Global Youth Summit — Millennials Transform Philanthropy | Business Wire | Rock Hill Herald Online: NEW YORK — More than 500 next-gen inheritors and social entrepreneurs convened July 24-25 at the 4th annual Nexus Global Youth Summit, held at the United Nations. Nexus, the world’s largest network of millennial philanthropists, is led by Co-founders Jonah Wittkamper and Rachel Cohen Gerrol.

Monday, July 28, 2014

Orlando 12-Year-Old Named 2014 Peggy Kirk Bell Award Winner - Cybergolf

Orlando 12-Year-Old Named 2014 Peggy Kirk Bell Award Winner - Cybergolf: Two years ago he decided not to accept gifts for his own birthday party, instead turning it into a fundraiser to underwrite the parties of kids who had never had their own birthday celebration. Though not even a teenager, Johnny now has a 501(c)3 charitable designation for "A Birthday Party Wish, Inc." because he, with the help of his sister, family and friends, sponsors birthday parties for underprivileged kids in the Orlando area.

Because of his passion for golf, humble nature and charitable ventures, Johnny Wright has been named the winner of the 2014 Peggy Kirk Bell Award, given an